Borla rolls out new exhaust, turbo upgrade at SEMA

At Monday’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Borla Exhaust introduced a new line of products, which includes CrateMufflers, an exhaust system designed to be paired with specific engines for optimum sound and power.

[ click to enlarge + ][ click to enlarge + ]Like their name implies, CrateMufflers are specifically made to be paired with popular crate engines, such as Chevy’s 350, 383 stroker and 427, and Ford’s 289 and 302.

Borla also unveiled a turbo upgrade package for the 2011-2014 F150 3.5 liter EcoBoost. Manufactured by BorgWarner and designed as part of a staged upgrade path for the EcoBoost equipped trucks, these components include bolt-on turbochargers, Y-pipe, cat-back exhaust and an SCT tuner with custom ECU programming by Five Star Tuning.

Borla rolled out a new take on the old butterfly valve called the Pocket Valve. Borla’s Pocket Valve is an exhaust valve that tucks away into a pocket that allows unrestricted flow when open. When closed, it allows just a little bypass exhaust that is required by the manufacturers.